Greatest Easter Egg Hunt Excursion- Centennial Park

The children at Reggio Emilia Pagewood had an exciting excursion where we got to experience the Greatest Easter Egg hunt! We started our morning at the centre where a bus took us to centennial park, the children had so much fun on bus singing songs and speaking about the sights we saw on the trip there, which included some horses!

We had so much fun dancing, making balloon animals, having their faces painted, meeting the easter bunny and off course going on an easter egg hunt! And what would a trip to the park be if we didn’t come together for some lovely sandwiches on the picnic blankets with some yummy surprise babycinos!

Thank you so much to all the families that joined us and took their time out to volunteer on the day. We can’t wait to have even more fun next year!

What an eventful and fun day,

we went on not only 1, but 2 excursions in one day!

We started our morning at the centre where we put on our fancy new vests and hats and discussed safety while out on the excursion, and before we knew it we were lining up on the bus to make our way to beautiful Sydney harbour.

Our first stop was Wild Life Sydney Zoo – We were greeted by our tour guides and brought into the entrance walking through mist of the rainforest into the butterfly enclosure – they were butterflies everywhere!

We also saw kangaroos, echidnas, crocodiles, snakes and lizards. The children were completely fascinated by what we saw and gathered lots of information form our guides.

Up to the koala enclosure we had our snacks and drinks and ready for the Aquarium.

The fun didn’t stop there!

We then made our way to Sea Life Sydney Aquarium

– wondering through we saw a big tank filled with exotic fish. There was so much to see as we then made our way UNDER the fish tanks.

This was amazing as we looked up and the sky was filled with sharks, sting rays and a very big dugong.

Next was the boat ride, taking a boat we were able to explore the habitat of the penguin – it was so cold! At last we reached the rockpool where we were able to touch and feel some sea animals.

We are so proud of our Reggio Emilia children, families and educators on a wonderful day!